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New Technique For Sound Transmission Makes Sweet Music On Internet

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May 15, 2001
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A new technology for transmitting audio that taps into the subtleties of human sound recognition could make listening to your favorite song on the Internet as clear and uninterrupted as tuning in on a radio – even if your computer is a 90-pound weakling in the bandwidth department.

A new technology for transmitting audio that taps into the subtleties of human sound recognition could make listening to your favorite song on the Internet as clear and uninterrupted as tuning in on a radio – even if your computer is a 90-pound weakling in the bandwidth department.


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